The theme is Recognition, Reflection and Renewal.
Recognition – We want to recognise the effort, above and beyond the call of duty, for service users/patients as well as the sacrifices HSCP and all staff have made over the past two years.
Reflection – This is an opportunity to reflect and remember the loss on so many levels during the pandemic. A chance to reflect on the changes to our lives and work and what we might propose to carry forward.
Renewal – A chance to recharge and take time for ourselves to refresh and recover and think about the future.
We encourage local events involving service users/patients and students together with HSCP. If you would like to share your plans/ideas for the day, via Twitter. Please remember to use the hashtags #HSCPDeliver and #HSCPDay2022
Download online resources from HSCP Day 2022 Web resources.
The launch of the NEW HSCP Hub, hosted by HSELanD will take place on HSCP Day – 27th April 2022. The hub will contain information and many resources on Professional Development, Leadership an Innovation, Education & Research, Clinical Representation and Digital Health.
National Health and Social Care Professions Office
The National HSCP Office is a national strategic function for HSCP leadership and support.
The role of the National HSCP Office is to strategically lead and support HSCP to maximise their potential and achieve the greatest impact for the design, planning, management and delivery of people centred, integrated care.
The National HSCP Office sits within the new Clinical Programme Implementation and Professional Development function of the Clinical Function.
The Health and Social Care Professions (HSCP) are the second largest clinical grouping of the healthcare workforce. There are 26 Health and Social Care Professions providing interventions in therapeutic, rehabilitative, re-enablement, health and social care and diagnostic services. HSCP work in all settings including acute, community, disability, specialist, mental health, primary care, residential and services for older persons.
There are 18,723 Health and Social Care Professionals employed by the HSE (HSE Staff Census October 2021) representing 25% of the clinical workforce and 14% of the overall health services workforce.